TV personality Dani Dyer has shared cute pictures with her Herefordshire-born Premier League footballer boyfriend Jarrod Bowen.

While other Premier League footballers were in Qatar for the 2022 World Cup, Bowen missed out on a place in Gareth Southgate's side, despite a cap earlier in the year for the Nations League fixtures.

Instead, the West Ham forward went on a short break to Disneyland Paris with Love Island star Dyer, 26, and her son.


Dani Dyer, daughter of BBC EastEnders actor and West Ham United fan Danny Dyer, shared pictures on Instagram of the couple enjoying a chilly few days in France.

The pictures showed the couple posing in front of the iconic castle, and Dani's son Santiago taking in the attractions.

Commenting on the pictures, user tinasockmonkey11 said: "I’m so pleased you found a nice man that loves your little boy and you, making memories."

Samanthafraterx said: "Hope you had the best time, we were there too and Jarrod had a picture with my boy who’s a massive West Ham (also made his dad and grandad's day too). Thank you xxx"

Stephen.halpin said: "Jarrod Bowen a legend on and off the pitch!!! I hope you guys are having the best time!!!"


Dyer had been in a relationship with Sammy Kimmence when Santiago was born, but the pair split after Kimmence was jailed.

Now, Bowen, 25, and Dyer are often sharing pictures with each other on their Instagram accounts, with Dyer boasting 3.6 million followers and Bowen with 255,000.

After unsuccessful trials at Aston Villa and Cardiff City, Bowen, started his career as a scholar at Hereford United, having grown up near Leominster.

At the age of 17, Bowen broke into the Hereford United first team after impressing for the youth team that season, making his debut in a 2–0 loss against Barnet in March 2014.

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He scored his first career goal in April 2014 in Hereford's 3–2 home victory over Alfreton Town.

After Hereford were expelled from the Football Conference in June 2014, Bowen signed for Premier League club Hull City in July before he joined West Ham United on a permanent transfer.

The Premier League club paid an initial £18 million for the forward, with up to s£7 million in potential add-ons.